ELEGOO 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin 405nm Standard Photopolymer Resin
Elegoo 3D Printer Resin Lcd Uv Curing Resin, Lcd 3D Printing Grey 1000G, A High Temperature Curing Effect, Elegoo Photopolymer Resin
What We Like
- Made with high-quality photopolymer resin that offers a smooth finish
- Designed to significantly reduce printing time with its excellent fluidity
- High-quality pigments and photo-initiators inside E LEGO UV-Curing resin offers a pure and stunning color effect
- may take time to fully cure on the surface
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What buyers say about ELEGOO 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin 405nm Standard Photopolymer Resin
I've read that you can cure your parts while they are submerged in water, but I haven't personally tested this, and the Elegoo resin has a great, hard surface finish that I was expecting from the grey.
It comes in the same protective packaging and a nicer box that labels the color, so it's nice to be able to put it.
The smell of this grey resin is very low, and I use it frequently because it's at a price point that I can't pass up.
I used this type of resin for the first time and it worked well, so I decided to raise the layer height to 100um without changing anything else.
I use alcohol for the wash fluid, but I wouldn't recommend it for standard minifigure prints, even though larger prints (hollow or solid) would be a little better.
Where can I find the material data sheet?
The Resin Parameter is Hardness: 84 D; Shrinkage: 7.1 %V iscosity: 150-200 mPa.sL iquid Density: 1.195 g/cm3Solid Density: 1.195 g/cm3F lexure Strength: 59
I noticed there wasn't a seal on the opening of the bottle when I opened it for the first time.
I have never had a seal on the bottle opening and as long as the plastic bag is not tampered with/ripped open it should be fine.
Is it possible to use this in an oyumaru mold and cure it with a UV lamp?
It won't work for casting because the cured resin doesn't transmit UV well and it gets very hot when curing.
I'm learning how to recycle, but I'm not sure if it's possible after the resin cures.
I don't know of any methods of recycling it, at least not the way that you can in some instances recycle scrap from an FDM printer.
I'm not sure why my prints keep cracking, has anyone else had this problem solved?
If you cure one side longer than the other, it can cause stress on the under cured side, and cause it to crack.